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Part II: Ensuring Black Males are Successful Early Readers

Part II provides best practices, tools, and resources to support black boys, from birth through third grade, to become successful early readers. In total, this series comprises a guide that is geared toward using the Promise Neighborhoods model to coordinate educational, health, and community supports to help children succeed from the cradle to college to career.

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Some Considerations Pertinent to a Promise Neighborhoods National Evaluation

This document describes some of the key issues to be considered in undertaking a comprehensive evaluation of the performance and impact of the Promise Neighborhoods grantees at large. It provides the perspective of organizations who are working at the corner of evaluation and practice—seeking to improve the outcomes for poor children and families and to understand the most effective ways of...

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PNI Model Legislation

In the summer of 2014, The Promise Neighborhoods Institute at PolicyLink (PNI) introduced model legislation to be used at the state and local level to secure support for cradle to career efforts. The Cradle to Career Act of 201_ secures funding for innovative, results-based, and comprehensive continua of solutions that connect children and youth to a high quality education and key health and...

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PNI Cradle to Career Act One Pager

In the summer of 2014, The Promise Neighborhoods Institute at PolicyLink (PNI) introduced model legislation to be used at the state and local level to secure support for cradle to career efforts. The Cradle to Career Act of 201_ secures funding for innovative, results-based, and comprehensive continua of solutions that connect children and youth to a high quality education and key health and...

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Categories: K-12
Resource Guide | Promise Neighborhoods Institute | 2014

PNI Black Male Achievement Resource Guide Part 2: Promoting Early Reading Success

This document is Part II of a series of papers developed to help communities promote black male achievement in their neighborhoods. Part II provides best practices, tools, and resources to support black boys, from birth through third grade, to become successful early readers. In total, this series comprises a guide that is geared toward using the Promise Neighborhoods model to...
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Categories: Early Learning
Publications | ZERO TO THREE | 2014

Building the Capacity of Early Childhood Professionals E-Resource Brief

Explore ZERO TO THREE’s interactive online learning tool designed to help parents and caregivers encourage their young children's early learning. Beyond finding core information about how children develop school readiness skills the user will experience multimedia demonstrations, find fun parent-child activities, and view answers to frequently asked questions about early learning.

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Categories: Early Learning
Publications | ZERO TO THREE | 2014

Best-Practices for School Readiness E-Resource Brief

Explore the website for the Center on Enhancing Early Learning Outcomes, funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, to find the latest information and research on accountability and assessment for the education of children from birth through third grade.

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Categories: K-12
Resource Guide | CPB-PBS, Promise Neighborhoods Institute at PolicyLink | 2014

PBS-Ready to Learn Learning Correlation Guide

Written by CBP – PBS Ready to Learn Initiative in collaboration with the Promise Neighborhoods Institute at PolicyLink, this guide offers a range of high-quality PBS and Ready to Learn resources for children, families, and educators that are organized to correspond with the Promise Neighborhoods results.

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Categories: Early Learning
Webinars | Promise Neighborhoods Institute at PolicyLink | 2014

Best-Practices to Foster School Readiness

Communities, programs, providers and families play critical roles in helping children get ready for school. How very young children are cared for teaches them how to interact with the world and profoundly shapes who they will become. This webinar will explore best practices to support school readiness for very young children.

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Categories: Early Learning
Webinars | Promise Neighborhoods Institute at PolicyLink | 2014

The Foundations of School Readiness

Learning doesn't begin when children start school, it begins at birth. By the time children have turned three, they have already begun to lay the foundation for the skills and abilities that will help them succeed in school. This early path to school readiness unfolds in everyday moments. 
 
This webinar explores the foundations of school readiness by: 
 
-Identifying the core information...
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Categories: Early Learning
Webinars | 2014

Virtual Meeting: The Foundations of School Readiness

A community of practice discussion for Promise Neighborhoods on the 'Foundations of School Readiness' hosted by the Promise Neighborhoods Institute at PolicyLink and featuring experts from ZERO TO THREE. 
 
Presenters include: 
* Samuel Sinyangwe with the Promise Neighborhoods Institute at PolicyLink
* Jodi Whiteman, ZERO TO THREE, and
* Valerie Dawkins Krajec ZERO TO THREE
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Categories: K-12
Webinars | 2014

Building the Capacity of Educators and Service Providers to Support Black Male Achievement

This webinar, hosted by the Promise Neighborhoods Institute at PolicyLink, lifts up professional development programs being implemented in Promise Neighborhoods to effectively promote the academic achievement of low-income children of color, with a focus on black boys and young men. 
 
The webinar focuses on the work the Northside Achievement Zone has done in partnership with the Innocence...
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CPB - PBS Learning Correlation Guide

Written by CBP – PBS Ready to Learn Initiative in collaboration with the Promise Neighborhoods Institute at PolicyLink, this guide offers a range of high-quality PBS and Ready to Learn resources for children, families, and educators that are organized to correspond with the Promise Neighborhoods results.

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PNI’s Model Legislation to support Cradle to Career Efforts

In the summer of 2014, The Promise Neighborhoods Institute at PolicyLink (PNI) introduced model legislation to be used at the state and local level to secure support for cradle to career efforts. The Cradle to Career Act of 201_ secures funding for innovative, results-based, and comprehensive continua of solutions that connect children and youth to a high quality education and key health and...

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